Thank you for your interest in the mini-med school program at Harvard Medical School!

2019 registration is still open!

 

Upcoming Event

      April 30, 6:00-7:30 P.M.
      Why Sleep Matters

      Many of us burn the candle at both ends, as we stay up late into the night to study, work or have fun. But going without adequate sleep carries short- and long-term health consequences. In this seminar, Harvard Medical School sleep experts illuminate the importance of getting a good night’s rest and demystify how much sleep is needed and why it’s so vital to keep our bodies at their best during every hour of the day.

      Additional information on the topic can be found in the supplemental reading.

       

      All seminars take place at:

      Harvard Medical School
      The Joseph B. Martin Conference Center
      The New Research Building
      77 Avenue Louis Pasteur
      Boston, MA 02115

      If you have questions, please email minimedschool_longwood@hms.harvard.edu or call (617) 432-3038.

      Do you need a sign language interpreter at any of the seminars or have any questions about the 2018 seminars or certificates of completion? Please email minimedschool_longwood@hms.harvard.edu.

      If you are unable to attend in person, you can watch the seminars via livestream here.

      To view past seminars, follow the links below or visit our video archive page.

        Cancer Metabolism: From molecules to medicine
        Aired on March 27, 2019
        Decoding Depression
        Aired on April 10, 2019
        MD vs Machine
        Aired on April 17, 2019